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Bok rugby on SuperSport Compact



Saturday’s test match between South Africa and England at Coca-Cola Park will be broadcast live on SuperSport 1 and HD at 5pm and on a delayed basis on SuperSport 4, at 7pm.

SuperSport 4, which is also on the Compact bouquet, traditionally caters for PSL football followers, but a decision was taken by SuperSport to include the rugby broadcast to a wider audience.

There will be language options in Xhosa, English and Afrikaans.

Next month, SuperSport 4 will also feature the Olympic Games “Gold” channel. SS4 will primarily feature swimming and athletics and, where possible, Banyana Banyana and SA hockey matches.

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